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July 19, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
The idea began with the cover of our annual baseball issue, which showed Baltimore's mighty Boog Powell at bat. The illustration was a painting, but one of photographic realism. The figure loomed powerful, yet...
February 07, 1966
24 Hours of daytona, a new event, opens the world championship sports car racing season. It brings to Florida top cars and drivers, and Barbara La Fontaine to cover them.
July 15, 1974 | John A. Meyers
Lavinia Scott Elliot, our lady in London, has worked for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for nine years as a mixture of correspondent, researcher, travel agent, consul and ambassador extraordinary. In between supplying background...
February 20, 1967 | Gary Valk
It doesn't just seem that SI's preparations for the next Olympics begin almost before the previous Games are over. In September of 1964, only a few months after the Innsbruck Games, a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED emissary...
December 16, 1985 | Donald J. Barr
One of the qualities a publication like SPORTS ILLUSTRATED must strive for if it hopes to achieve a long and successful life is diversity—in style, approach and point of view. This is the best insurance that it will...